Map of the Himalayas, national boundaries

Map of the Himalayas, national boundaries

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Credit: GARY HINCKS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Map of the Himalayas. National boundaries (red dotted lines) on a relief map of of the Himalayan mountain ranges in Asia. The colour-coded inset shows the countries of the region. Most of the Himalayan mountains lie within Nepal (purple), India (green) and Bhutan (pink, lower right). Three of the highest (including Everest) lie on the border between Nepal and China (yellow, see C019/9304). Other countries partially shown include Bangladesh (orange, lower right), Pakistan (orange, upper left), Afghanistan (green, top left), and Tajikistan (pink, top left). The area shown here is around 2400 kilometres long, with part of the Karakoram range at top left.

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